Often referred to as “The Board Tool” this framework enables a dialogue between a representative of a library and knowledge service and senior executives in a health organisation.
The tool can also be used to help inform evidence and knowledge strategy and to support individuals and departments in the assessment of their use of evidence and knowledge.
Help to use the tool
To find out more about the tool or for support using the tool attend refresher training sessions or contact your local Knowledge Mobilisation Champion:
- London & KSS: Rachel Cooke, Louise Goswami
- Midlands & East : Laura Wilkes, Lesley Allen, Stephen Ayre
- North: Emily Hopkins, Joanne Naughton,
- South: Alison Day, Sue Robertson
- Development of the Evidence and Knowledge Self Assessment Tool
- Guidance: How to use the Evidence and Knowledge Self-Assessment Tool
- Flyer about the Self Assessment Tool
- Priorities and planning template. Section 4 of the Tool with space for you to add your own examples of local good practice to promote when having your conversations.
- Webinar about Evidence and Knowledge Self-Assessment
- Learning drama demonstrating the tool being introduced to a senior transformation team. To see further dramas about using the tool and discussing the action plan please visit the Knowledge Mobilisation Framework E-Learning Programme.
- Sample of a completed self assessment tool Example of a completed self-assessment tool based on a fictional meeting with a senior transformation team of an NHS Trust in England
- Action card to plan your self-assessment